Seven Reasons Why the Prophetic Solar Year
The first figure produces broadening cycles of (1 year times) 40 x 100 x 24 x 150 x 24 (= 345,600,000-year cycles). This completes one cycle so that "A thousand years is like one day." On this scale, 345,600,000 years symbolically equals 960 years. The exact day that marks the solar year of 365.242189670139 necessary to produce this "1000-year Calendar" occurred just two days BEFORE Y2K. (This is explained as we continue; Y2K was Jan. 1st, 2000.)
The second figure of 365.242189669536 produces a calendar that simply continues the 1000-year calendar, except on into eternity. The exact day that marks the solar year of 365.242189669536 necessary to produce the Eternal Calendar occurred just two days AFTER Y2K. This is why the two solar-year figures are essentially the same.
Y2K (Jan. 1st, 2000) was therefore the middle or average of the above two days, with the solar year at 365.2421896698 days. (This can be verified by simply doing a search for 365.2421896698 in a search engine on the Net, and noting the Julian day number assigned to it.)
This is the prophetic calendar of which we are examining, and the question before us is: How is it that only the day of Y2K has the exact average orbiting speed of the earth around the sun whereby the resulting solar year (if made constant) would produce all of the numerous bible-number patterns?
See, "Reasons One to Three," to continue.